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Types of Reactions I

CAVA chem302 S1U5L4 Types of Reactions I

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In a combustion reaction, fuel is combined with [...] to form a product and release energy. In a combustion reaction, fuel is combined with oxygen (O2) to form a product and release energy.
Combustion reactions often involve a [...] as a fuel. Combustion reactions often involve a hydrocarbon as a fuel.
Combustion: Fuel + O2 -> Product + [...] Combustion: Fuel + O2 -> Product + energy (usually heat + light)
Gasoline in a car's engine burns in a [...] reaction. Gasoline in a car's engine burns in a combustion reaction.
In a Synthesis reaction, [...] reactants combine to form [...] product. In a Synthesis reaction, two (or more) reactants combine to form one product.
Synthesis: A + B -> [...] Synthesis: A + B -> AB
Rust (Fe2O3) is formed by the [...] of Iron (Fe) and Oygen (O2). Rust (Fe2O3) is formed by the synthesis of Iron (Fe) and Oygen (O2).
In a [...] reaction, one reactant breaks apart to form two (or more) products. In a decomposition reaction, one reactant breaks apart to form two (or more) products.
Decomposition: AB -> [...] Decomposition: AB -> A + B
All synthesis reactions have [...] product. All synthesis reactions have one product.
All synthesis reactions have [...] reactants. All synthesis reactions have two or more reactants.
Created by: mr.shapard